Re: [xsl] Cross-compiler between XSLT and java ?

Subject: Re: [xsl] Cross-compiler between XSLT and java ?
From: "Martynas Jusevicius" <martynas.jusevicius@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 4 Feb 2007 23:53:24 +0100
Java's XSLT transformer does that by default -- it compiles XSLT into
Java byte-code, called translet. I don't know how to use it
separately, though.
AFAIK Micheal Kay from Saxonica and at least several other projects
are working on that as well.


On 2/4/07, Ben Stover <bxstover@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
A friend asked me if there is something like a cross-compiler which converts a XSLT stylesheet into a java (source) programm.

His boss forces him to write java programs to process XML documents.
Of cause - with XSLT this is much more comfortable. So the best way for him would be to
write internally XSLT stylesheet which performs the task and convert them
officially into a java program.

Is there a way to do this ?
No XSLT processor like Saxon should be necessary to run the java program later.


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